Lotus 'Biscoff Speculoos Rolls' Are Available To Get In The UK And We Need To Try Them
Lotus Biscoff hype has reached fever pitch with new forms of the Belgian-born cookies dropping weekly - and the latest to whet our appetites are the Lotus Biscoff Speculoos Rolls.
New this summer, they're essentially the brand's famous brown sugar and spice-flavoured cookies reimagined in crunchy balls coated in chocolate. Honestly what could be better?
Pro-snack reviewer 'Amy Seeks New Treats', who dedicates her life to trying the world's far-flung snacks on Instagram (you're doing God's work, Amy!), has even been lucky enough to try the delectable balls, and described the milk chocolate ones on Instagram.
"Imagine McVities nibbles but with Biscoff biscuits in the middle and you've pretty much got these sussed," she wrote.
View this post on InstagramAh man, these Biscoff Rolls are so good. I'm permanently indebted to @sarah_scotford_x for kindly sending me them (thank you Sarah). Imagine McVities nibbles but with Biscoff biscuits in the middle and you've pretty much got these sussed. I think @gbgifts has both these and the white (!!!) versions on site if you're desperate to try them! #biscoff #speculoos #yummy #nomnomnom
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Unfortunately you won't find these on supermarket shelves in the UK just yet, but don't worry Biscoff lovers, we have a source.
GB Gifts, the British confectionery company which specialises in importing sweet treats from all over the world has brought these treats from the Netherlands so all can enjoy.
You can get them on GB Gifts online shop in three flavours: Original Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate and White Chocolate and Coffee. *Dribbles*. They cost £5.99 for a 150g bag, and £1.99 for worldwide delivery.
Eight quid for a bag of chocolates might seem steep but that's the price you pay for Biscoff!
The Speculoos Rolls are just the latest in a line of Biscoff-related news of late. Firstly, the cult brand announced it was finally launching 'Biscoff & Go' pots in the UK for £1 a pop.
The beloved snack has been transformed into handy portable packs, much like the Nutella Go pots and Dairylea Dunkers, which consist of Lotus Biscoff spread on one side and little bread sticks for dipping on the other. The tasty treat will be available in local convenience shops, such as Nisa, Costcutter and Spar, in the coming months.
Not long after, vegan foodie Vegan Emm shared her recipe for vegan Lotus Biscoff ice cream recipe, which crushed Lotus Biscuits, smooth Biscoff spread and M&S Made Without Dairy Chocolate & Caramel Sticks.
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